Below you will find the profiles of the research groups in our affiliated universities that are looking to host Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship candidates in 2018. Keep in mind that, although the 2018 call closes on 12th September 2018, the individual groups indicate the deadline by which you must submit your applications to them in order to be considered (for the most part, between end-June and July).

Chemistry (CHE)
  • CHE-01 UNIVERSITAT JAUME I DE CASTELLÓ
    • Scientist in charge: Iván Mora-Sero
    • Subject matter: Preparation of high efficiency solar cells, LEDs and lasers based on halide perovskites, thin films and nanoparticles
  • CHE-02 UNIVERSITAT  JAUME I DE CASTELLÓ
    • Scientist in charge: Juan I. Climente
    • Subject matter: Capturing the strong electronic correlations of excitons to properly describe and predict the photophysics of nanoplatelets with different dimensions, material composition and crystal structure
  • CHE-03 UNIVERSITAT JAUME I DE CASTELLÓ
    • Scientist in charge: Beatriu Escuder
    • Subject matter: Preparing biomimetic multicomponent soft materials by combining self-assembling polypeptides and low molecular weight peptide hydrogelators
  • CHE-04 UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA
    • Scientist in charge: Hendrik Bolink
    • Subject matter: Perovskite solar cells and LEDs prepared using vapor deposition methods, light-emitting electrochemical cells and thin-film sensing devices
  • CHE-05 UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA
    • Scientist in charge: Daniel Roca-Sanjuán
    • Subject matter: Computational photochemistry and chemiluminescence of molecular systems of biological and nanotechnological interest
  • CHE-06 UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA
    • Scientist in charge: Juan Arago
    • Subject matter: Establishing relationships between the molecular structure of a system and its electronic, redox, and optical properties in order to design novel electronic and optoelectronic devices with improved features
  • CHE-07 UNIVERSITAT JAUME I DE CASTELLÓ
    • Scientist in charge: Elena Pitarch
    • Subject matter: The existence of persistent and mobile organic contaminants in different water samples


Economic Sciences (ECO)

  • ECO-01 UNIVERSITAT JAUME I DE CASTELLÓ
    • Scientists in charge: Maria Aurora García-Gallego and Eva Camacho-Cuenca
    • Subject matter: Analysis of the inherent fragility of the financial sector regarding schocks


Environmental Sciences and Geology (ENV)

  • ENV-01 UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA
    • Scientist in charge: Joel González-Cabrera
    • Subject matter: Pest control technologies
  • ENV-02 UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA
    • Scientist in charge: Luis del Romero Renau
    • Subject matter: Research on new territorial, urban and environmental practices from the point of view of ecological economics and political ecology
  • ENV-03 UNIVERSITAT JAUME I DE CASTELLÓ
    • Scientist in charge: Elena Pitarch
    • Subject matter: The existence of persistent and mobile organic contaminants in different water samples


Information Science and Engineering (ENG)


Life Sciences (LIF)


Physics (PHY)

  • PHY-01 UNIVERSITAT JAUME I DE CASTELLÓ
    • Scientist in charge: Juan I. Climente
    • Subject matter: Capturing the strong electronic correlations of excitons to properly describe and predict the photophysics of nanoplatelets with different dimensions, material composition and crystal structure
  • PHY-02 UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA
    • Scientist in charge: Hendrik Bolink
    • Subject matter: Perovskite solar cells and LEDs prepared using vapor deposition methods, light-emitting electrochemical cells and thin-film sensing device
  • PHY-03 UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA
    • Scientist in charge: Daniel Errandonea
    • Subject matter: Exploring the P-T phase diagram of ternary oxides up to 2.5 Mbar and 6000 K and studying the phase boundaries and physical properties


Social Sciences and Humanities (SOC)

  • SOC-01 UNIVERSITAT JAUME I DE CASTELLÓ
    • Scientist in charge: Mariano Javier Aznar Gómez
    • Subject matter: Legal protection of the underwater cultural heritage and the international legal regime of the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity.
  • SOC-02 UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA
    • Scientist in charge: Juan Ruíz
    • Subject matter: An updated revision of the scope for a lawful business coordination in the context of European Competition Law
  • SOC-03 UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA
    • Scientist in charge: Carolina Moreno
    • Subject matter: Study and classification of the natural, complementary and alternative therapies through the media and social networks
  • SOC-04 UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA
    • Scientist in charge: Luis del Romero Renau
    • Subject matter: Research on new territorial, urban and environmental practices from the point of view of ecological economics and political ecology.
  • SOC-05 UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA
    • Scientist in charge: Mónica Bolufer
    • Subject matter: The cultural transfer of gender notions in global perspective
  • SOC-06 UNIVERSITAT DE VALÈNCIA
    • Scientist in charge: Luis Moya
    • Subject matter: The psychobiology of social stress